'Pakistan needs result-oriented dialogue among institutions'.

ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan has high potential to put itself on the track of economic progress only if it acts upon the 'Charter of Economy', said Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung Pakistan country director Prof Dr Jochen Hippler.

He was speaking at the launch of two publications: 'Charter of Economy' and 'Charter of Democracy and Beyond - the Way Forward for Institutional Reforms' here on Monday.

Dr Hafiz Pasha authored the Charter of Economy while the Charter of Democracy and Beyond is a useful contribution by Nazeer Mahar, Tarik Malik and Usama Bakhtiar.

He said Pakistan needs to initiate result-oriented dialogue among institutions, he said, adding how a political row and disagreements are acceptable in such a country where economy is paralysed, many people are suffering from hunger, inflation and unemployment are on the peak and the economic situation is bleak?

He said Pakistan needs to overcome its economic crises as earliest as possible which needs political stability, result-oriented dialogue and tolerance to acknowledge one another as governance and economy are interconnected.

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